Fortune Live for November 17, 2016: Donald Trump, Black Friday, United CEO

Nov 17, 2016

We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted this week by Anne VanderMey.

First, Anne sits down with Fortune’s Matthew Heimer and Phil Wahba to dig in to the latest headlines. What surprises were hiding in Walmart's and Target's earnings this week? And how are things shaping up for the holiday retail season? Speaking of retail, many retail stocks have been on a tear since the election. Is Trump acting as retail therapy? And, as Trump makes his transition into office, we take a look at some potential conflicts of interest under the president-elect. Then, our guests finish up the top of the show with a quick game of Flop or Fly. Sriracha Big Mac sauce, anyone?

Next, Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh talks Black Friday and his company’s strategy for winning during the holiday season.

And last week we released our Business Person of the Year list. Today, one of the honorees on the list, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz, joins us from Chicago to discuss his plans for pulling the airline out of its perennial third-place spot.

Then, Fortune’s Andrew Nusca sits down with Brightcove CEO David Mendels to discuss the future of online video content and what it means for the companies who use it.

Up next, on a new episode of Fortune Unfiltered, serial entrepreneur, author, and ViSalus CEO Ryan Blair has an unfiltered chat with Fortune’s Leigh Gallagher.

Anne wraps up the show with her thoughts on the “Draft Dimon” for Treasury movement, Silicon Valley seceding from the Union, and more.

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